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Kuch Naa Kaho (Hindi: कुछ ना कहो, translation: Don't Say Anything) is a 2003 Bollywood romantic drama film, directed by Rohan Sippy, starring Abhishek Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai and Arbaaz Khan. It was released on 5 September 2003.

Kuch Naa Kaho
Theatrical release poster
Directed byRohan Sippy
Produced byRamesh Sippy
Screenplay byNeeraj Vora
Story byRohena Gera
StarringAbhishek Bachchan
Aishwarya Rai
Arbaaz Khan
Music by'Songs:
Background Score:
Aadesh Shrivastava
CinematographyV. Manikandan
Edited byRajiv Gupta
Distributed byRamesh Sippy Entertainment
Release date
  • 5 September 2003 (2003-09-05)
Running time
176 mins
BudgetRs. 8,00,00,000[1]
Box officeRs. 13,08,27,500[2]



Raj is a happy and free-spirited Indian-American bachelor who visits his ancestral homeland in Mumbai, to attend his cousin's wedding. Once in India, he finds himself pushed towards marriage by his overzealous uncle (Satish Shah). His uncle's employee, Namrata (Aishwarya Rai) chaperones Raj on a series of set-ups/dates, all of which he deliberately sabotages. During the course of the wedding ceremonies, Raj discovers that he is falling for Namrata. After some deliberation, he decides to tell her, but to his surprise, he discovers she has a 7-year-old son, Aditya.

Raj is confused but forms a strong fatherly relationship with Aditya. Raj's uncle informs him that Namrata's husband disappeared right before Aditya's birth, and has never returned to his son or wife. Finding a letter that Raj had written confessing his feelings, Namrata gets upset thinking Raj tried to use her son to get close to her. She attempts to distance herself from him, but a stubborn Raj follows her to Aditya's boarding school, having promised the boy to pose as his father. On being prodded by Raj, she tells him that her husband Sanjeev left her for another woman whilst she was pregnant. Namrata and Raj begin to bond.

After some months, Raj decides to introduce Namrata to his mother. A short while later, he finds out that Sanjeev (Arbaaz Khan) has returned and is looking to reconcile with Namrata. Namrata is aghast and makes it clear that she does not want anything to do with him. Sanjeev refuses to leave, becoming stubborn and persistent, threatening her with a lawsuit for custody of Aditya.

After a chance meeting, Raj invites Sanjeev to his home for dinner. Aditya is present and is affectionate with Raj, calling him "Dad." Sanjeev becomes jealous and angry, insulting Raj and his family. After learning of Sanjeev's bad behaviour towards Raj, Namrata finally gets the courage to stand up to him. She publicly tells him off and also admits that she is in love with Raj. Sanjeev is ashamed and disappears once again.

Six months later Raj and Namrata decide to get married, and are soon expecting a child.



Kuch Naa Kaho
Studio album by
4 April 2003 (India)
GenreFeature film soundtrack
Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy chronology
Kuch Naa Kaho
Kal Ho Naa Ho

The music was composed by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy. Lyrics were penned by Javed Akhtar. According to the Indian trade website Box Office India, with around 11,00,000 units sold, this film's soundtrack album was the year's thirteenth highest-selling.[3]

Track listingEdit

1."ABBG"Javed AkhtarMahalakshmi Iyer, Udit Narayan 
2."Achchi Lagti Ho"Javed AkhtarKavita Krishnamurthy, Udit Narayan 
3."Baat Meri Suniye To Zara"Javed AkhtarMahalakshmi Iyer, Shankar Mahadevan 
4."Kehti Hai Yeh Hawa"Javed AkhtarRicha Sharma, Shankar Mahadevan 
5."Kuch Naa Kaho"Javed AkhtarSadhana Sargam, Shaan 
6."Tumhe Aaj Maine Jo Dekha"Javed AkhtarShankar Mahadevan, Sujata Bhattacharya 

Box officeEdit

Kuch Naa Kaho collected 81,536,000 and despite a decent opening, it was declared a flop at Box Office India.[4]


  1. ^ "Kuch Naa Kaho". boxofficeindia. BOI. Retrieved 5 April 2017. Budget: 8,00,00,000
  2. ^ "Kuch Naa Kaho". boxofficeindia. BOI. Retrieved 5 April 2017. Worldwide Gross: 13,08,27,500
  3. ^ "Music Hits 2000–2009 (Figures in Units)". Box Office India. Archived from the original on 15 February 2008.
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 25 May 2012. Retrieved 26 April 2008.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)

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